FairEmail, privacy aware email APK

Version 1.2131 - eu.faircode.email

Fully featured, privacy oriented email app

FairEmail, privacy aware email apk

APP Information

Download Version 1.2131 (2131)
Apk Size25.61 MB
App DeveloperMarcel Bokhorst
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packageeu.faircode.email.apk
Website https://email.faircode.eu/

Download FairEmail, privacy aware email 1.2131 APK

App Description

FairEmail, privacy aware email is faircode,email,communication,fairemail, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 4.8 by 10 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Marcel Bokhorst website who developed it. eu.faircode.email.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 1.2131 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 23903+ times on store. You can also download eu.faircode.email APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

FairEmail is easy to set up and works with virtually all email providers, including Gmail, Outlook and Yahoo!/n/nFairEmail might be for you if you value your privacy./n/n
/n/n* Fully featured/n* 100 % open source/n* Privacy oriented/n* Unlimited accounts/n* Unlimited email addresses/n* Unified inbox (optionally accounts or folders)/n* Conversation threading/n* Two way synchronization/n* Push notifications/n* Offline storage and operations/n* Common text style options (size, color, lists, etc.)/n* Battery friendly/n* Low data usage/n* Small ( 

App ChangeLog

  • This version was released to add and improve some things:
  • * Added PDF mini preview
  • * Added swipe to delete local contacts
  • * Added rule action to execute webhooks
  • * Added Liberation Sans Narrow font (advanced display options)
  • * Improved accessibility actions
  • * Improved Android 14 compatibility
  • * Small improvements and minor bug fixes
  • * Updated libraries and translations
  • If needed, there is always personal support available via [email protected]

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Josh A-avatar

    Josh A

    FairEmail does a great job at keeping a connection to my mail server leading to reliable delivery without needing push notifications or draining the battery. It has also the most customizable settings of any phone mail app I've used. The developer has also been very responsive when I have interacted with him. I also like that there are several options to pay including if you get the app from fdroid or github.

  2. Julius Edwards-avatar

    Julius Edwards

    Honestly the best Email app I have used to date. I originally looked around to find others to use, Nine, Spark, NewtonMail. They were decent, but not to the extent and usability of FairEmail. It takes a bit to learn at first, but it is worth everybit. And paid just makes it 1million times better.

  3. blz marcel-avatar

    blz marcel

    It's really hard to find just the right words to describe how happy I am to have found this app. I have tried many other mail apps for Android and never found one that had the level of configurability and rich IMAP support as this one. Especially when it comes to support for keywords, what Thunderbird uses for its "tags"; once I renamed them and matched the colors, it truly feels like I have a mirrored experience with how I use TB on desktop, something I had about given up hope on. Many thanks!

  4. Ben Couch-avatar

    Ben Couch

    This is a very full-featured email program, so much so that it can be difficult to navigate. However, there's always a way to get it to do what I want. If you're willing to put in the time, I'd be surprised if there is a more powerful email client for Android. Edit: the dev's response is appreciated, but the UI is not as good as it could be. And I HAVE needed to adjust the settings to use it. The app pushed me to rate, so I did. UI needs work.

  5. Blake LeBlanc-avatar

    Blake LeBlanc

    Clear presentation with robust options for customization. Used the free version for a few days then gladly purchased to support the devs in their work! I absolutely love how the message contents get stripped down to a more minimal presentation. This is good for readability as well as data consumption. And the privacy /security features are awesome. Great job :)

  6. Gary Gendel-avatar

    Gary Gendel

    I had been using the Blackberry Hub+ Inbox app for many years but decided to find a replacement. I get 100s of emails per day across three servers so productivity was the key. I tried several email apps but none ticked off all boxes for me. I was frustrated and about to give up when I came across FairEmail. It ticked off all of the boxes and then some... The ability to unify inboxes and handle IMAP IDLE from a Dovecot server was the downfall of many of the other apps I tried. I found it had low battery drain and privacy features like blocking tracking and showing hidden headers were unexpected pluses. Bulk operations like mark all read were quick and easy with a clean and powerful UI. Like other reviewers it only took a couple of days to realize that this was the one I was looking for and purchased the Pro features. It has a lot of customizable features so I'll be digging through the documentation to find hidden goodies. It would be nice if it had the ability to mark an email as read when you delete it so it doesn't show up as unread in the trash but with all of it's options it may be there already.

  7. Gregory Allen Anderson-avatar

    Gregory Allen Anderson

    It works! That shouldn't be such a major recommendation but in my experience most android email programs don't do email very well, especially the GMail app. They do lots of other things well but have problems with email. This app is infinitely customizable, but it works well 'right out of the box' the developer has done a great job establishing default settings that will work for most folks so that set up is simple. It has great privacy controls, but frankly I don't use them much. Most of my correspondents don't do use privacy controls at all, so encryption is a mystery to them. Still that is available for those that need or want it. And when things aren't working right the app tells you what the problem is. No more twiddling with this or that trying to figure out why you're not getting email. It will tell you exactly what the issue is (usually with the provider's server) so you know if you just need to wait or if there is something you can do. It also doesn't 'give up' if there is some sort of server issue that is preventing mail delivery it holds your request in queue until it can be implemented. AND you can SEE what is in queue! It isn't the prettiest app, but there are tons of ways to change the appearance so you can make it suit you. It also doesn't integrate tightly with the calendar app. So when you get an invite, while you CAN accept it within the email app, if you want to be sure it to shows up in your calendar app I would recommend opening your calendar app and responding to the invite there. But I can't overemphasize the degree that having an email app that actually works for EMAIL overwhelms any minor deficiencies it has in appearance or integration. You can even create RULES if you have the paid version. Including different alert settings for specific individuals. If you want your mom's emails to have a different notification scheme than your other emails in the same account you can do that. Try the free version, and if you like it at all buy the paid version its worth the fee for the extra features. None of which are must have (the free version works just fine) but all of which are handy and worth the price of admission. I've used this off an on for over a year (trying different apps retrying Gmail hoping that it works better now), but I keep going back to it because IT ACTUALLY WORKS!

  8. Dave Grace-avatar

    Dave Grace

    The client I've settled on. Tried it once before but couldn't get used to it's interface. Tried several others and came back to it. Pretty much used to it now. I'm certain that it's more secure than I care about, but love that it's non intrusive, no ads, no in app purchases, no nag screens.

  9. John M-avatar

    John M

    Have been using the Pro version for quite a while and I love it. Have tried several and this app is by far the best. There does seems to be a new bug in a recent release. I use the compact view, name only - but the spam folder now displays name and email. All other folders correctly display name only. This is recent. For me, it makes it harder to skim the spam folder with the long email addresses included. It is only the spam folder that looks like this - if I move a message to different folders, only the spam folder shows the name and email address.

  10. Roger BM-avatar

    Roger BM

    Fully featured, powerful email client. My main issue is that the UI is very busy and complex, and would benefit from some tweaks by a thoughtful UX professional. The app supports modern authentication with gmail, so no need for messy app-specific passwords. That alone makes it a better option than K9. That said, the privacy FairEmail offers is unmatched, and that's worth it to me (even though using gmail in the first place kinda defeats the purpose). The dev is friendly and super responsive.